With 98 percent of Kansas land privately owned, it sometimes can be a challenge to find a spot to hunt — especially in more populated areas.
Johnny Morris’ Wonders of Wildlife National Museum and Aquarium in Springfield, Mo., was recently named America’s Best New Attraction after it was voted on by readers from a list of nominees by USA Today.
A former Topeka Capital-Journal outdoors columnist has been tapped to be the next director of the Great Plains Nature Center in Wichita.
The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism is hosting a yearlong birdwatching competition for birders of all ages.
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The Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission will conduct its first public meeting of 2018 on Jan. 11 in Milford.
A new Topeka attraction and a Missouri wildlife center are among those leading the vote for a prestigious national tourism award.
KDWPT: Many Kansas hunting, fishing licenses to become valid for 365 days after purchase; auto-enroll feature added
The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism on Wednesday announced a new auto-renew feature for the purchase of hunting and fishing licenses that will be available for 2018, as well as a change in how long certain licenses will remain valid.
Ducks Unlimited released information on its Kansas state convention, as well as several upcoming events set to take place in northeast Kansas.
The 2018 State DU Convention will run from Feb. 23-25 at Great Wolf Lodge and Children’s Mercy Park in Kansas City, Kan.
Loess Bluffs National Wildlife Refuge, located near the Kansas-Nebraska-Missouri border, counted a total of 79,925 geese, 73,806 ducks and 55 bald eagles during its waterfowl survey Nov. 20.
Josh Rouse is an outdoor enthusiast from Topeka, Kansas. He is the Outdoors Editor for The Topeka Capital-Journal.